The Roman Baths.
Thermae Bath Spa.
Thermae Bath Spa is an award-winning Natural Spa where you can bathe in Britain’s only naturally warm, mineral-rich waters as the Celts and Romans did over 2,000 years ago.
They have an indoor Minerva Bath and open-air rooftop pool with spectacular views over the city of Bath. There’s also a Wellness Suite and choose from over 40 spa treatments and packages.
The Jane Austen Centre
Jane Austen is Bath’s most famous resident. The Centre offers a snapshot of what it would be like to live in the Regency times – the fashion, food, society – everything that would have inspired Austen’s timeless novels.
It also explores how the city of Bath impacted upon Jane Austen’s life and writing in much loved books such as Northanger Abbey and Persuasion. The Centre is set in a decorated Georgian town house.
Bath Skyline Walk
Explore the Bath Skyline which is famous for its wild flowers and elevated views. It’s a six-mile walk of footpaths where you will discover hidden valleys, rich in limestone, flowers and tranquil beech woodlands, interspersed with extensive views over Bath. It’s perfect for picnics, kite flying and strolling about. The Iron Age fort on Little Solsbury Hill offers the perfect vantage point for spectacular views over Bath and there are other archaeological sites of interest along the way including Roman settlements, and 18th-century follies.
Bath Christmas Market.
I know it’s July, but I love a good Christmas Market and Bath’s looks amazing. It’s been voted amongst the most popular events in the UK. It has more than 170 beautifully decorated wooden chalets in the heart of Bath’s World Heritage Site.
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